Minor/Repaint: Two wheels is soooo 2009...

Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by Driftscreen, Oct 9, 2009.

  1. Driftscreen

    Driftscreen Not-So-Mini-Con

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    So I picked up ROTF Arcee today because I actually grew to kind of like the design of the gals in ROTF and figured they would be a cool collection to have. However I HIGHLY underestimated how little I would like this gals body once i had her in all her two-wheel-footed glory...I went back and youtube'd the Shanghai battle and didn't any of the gals rocking two wheels for feet...so i said what the hell...after some grunting, finagling, coaxing and having a cigarette making sure it was good for her lol...I came up with a one wheeled Arcee I like a bit more...sorry for the pics...my first time posting pics...If people like this idea and want to do it to their Arcees ill see if i cam come up with a Tut...but for now enjoy...

    p.s. I need help standing this girl...any suggestions?
     

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  2. cheetor71

    cheetor71 Autobot

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    I don't think this post belongs here. You just moved one of the weels up. You didn't paint it or modify it. Clever idea.
     
  3. Driftscreen

    Driftscreen Not-So-Mini-Con

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    Eh...if not guess it'll get moved...ive seen other body movement ideas on here though for Arcee...just tryin to give ideas...
     
  4. Superquad7

    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    Could you explain what you did here. If you've made an alternate transformation only, it does belong in "Transformers Toy Discussion" on TFW2005.com; if you've altered the figure physically that requires something that can't be achieved without simply mistransforming the figure, Radicons is the destination.
     

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